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What's happening in local stores and eateries, and restaurant reviews.

Covid adaptations, continued.
A simplified Aventura, Carson's takes a vacation, and more.

Kay Yourist Leaves Lower Town
A potter finds bigger digs in Scio.

Dining Woes, Continued
"Prices on every front are insane!" emails Side Biscuit owner Jordan Balduf.

Arts and Entertainment reviews and news.

Encore Theater's Next Stage
The community theater kicks off its summer season in a new location

Without a "Moment," the Show Goes On
The Vocal Arts Ensemble Reinvents Itself

Tiny TOPs
Summer concerts stretch the season

Local profiles, stories from readers, and more.

Sharon Gillespie
Remembering the old neighborhood

Back to School, Back to Work
Bipartisan program trains Michiganders for jobs in the trades

Tragedy at Barton Dam
A fatal outing in 1913

Government, business, environment, the U-M, and more.

Cutting the U-M?
Lansing Republicans target research universities.

The Water Lawsuit
High-stakes litigation targets a city's savings account.

Convalescent Plasma
Theresa Durand never felt sick, but the Red Cross wanted her Covid antibodies

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